mb_strcut

(PHP 4 >= 4.0.6, PHP 5)

mb_strcutGet part of string

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string mb_strcut ( string $str , int $start [, int $length = NULL [, string $encoding = mb_internal_encoding() ]] )

mb_strcut() extracts a substring from a string similarly to mb_substr(), but operates on bytes instead of characters. If the cut position happens to be between two bytes of a multi-byte character, the cut is performed starting from the first byte of that character. This is also the difference to the substr() function, which would simply cut the string between the bytes and thus result in a malformed byte sequence.

Parametri

str

The string being cut.

start

Starting position in bytes.

length

Length in bytes. If omitted or NULL is passed, extract all bytes to the end of the string.

encoding

Parametrul encoding reprezintă codificarea caracterelor. Dacă el este omis, va fi utilizată valoarea internă a codificării caracterelor.

Valorile întoarse

mb_strcut() returns the portion of str specified by the start and length parameters.

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php_engineer_bk at yahoo dot com
4 years ago
function cut_sense($matne_harf, $l_harf ,$return=1 ) {
if ( strlen($matne_harf) > $l_harf){
$end='...';
}else{
$end='';
}
    if ( function_exists('mb_strcut') ){
        $matne_harf = mb_strcut ( $matne_harf, 0 , $l_harf , "UTF-8" );
    }else{
        $matne_harf =substr($matne_harf, 0, $l_harf);
    }
$text=''.$matne_harf.''.$end.'';
  if ( $return == 1){
  return $text;
  }else{
  print $text;
  }
}

Iranian php programmer (farhad zand +989383015266)
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oyag02 at yahoo dot co dot jp
11 years ago
diffrence between mb_substr and mb_substr

example:
mb_strcut('I_ROHA', 1, 2) returns 'I_'. Treated as byte stream.
mb_substr('I_ROHA', 1, 2) returns 'ROHA' Treated as character stream.

# 'I_' 'RO' 'HA' means multi-byte character
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t dot starling at physics dot unimelb dot edu dot au
10 years ago
What the manual and the first commenter are trying to say is that mb_strcut uses byte offsets, as opposed to mb_substr which uses character offsets.

Both mb_strcut and mb_substr appear to treat negative and out-of-range offsets and lengths in the basically the same way as substr. An exception is that if start is too large, an empty string will be returned rather than FALSE. Testing indicates that mb_strcut first works out start and end byte offsets, then moves each offset left to the nearest character boundary.
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